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in different places then. pat buchanan was then the ron paul of the republican party, running hopeless campaigns for president that won him a lot more votes than ron paul could ever dream of. >> tim, did we factor buchanan into this at all? if republicans abandon dole, do they revive the buchanan candidacy? perhaps tim is taking a coffee break. that's okay. do you think buchanan can go to the convention now and say i'm still here? >> buchanan is doing that. he's in the paper today says ross perot can take my voters. what he means by that is republican party better pay attention to me or my voters are going to go to ross perot. that's a strong argument at this point, and the republican party has to desperately figure out what to do with buchanan. >> pat is going to say wait a minute, if bob dole drops down in a throe-way race, what difference would a four-way race make? i don't think that will happen in the end. pat buchanan wants to be president of the united states, he's going to run in 2000, he doesn't want to antagonize people by being disloyal, but with bob dole perceived as a "wea
mike barnicle, author and former new york times columnist, bob herbert and in washington, pat buchanan. >> i'm glad pat is here. >> here we go. >> pat, we're going to read the first news story. i'm going to go to pat buz can nan and i'm sure pat is going to agree with me under the republicans new, so-called strategy. >> i worked with pat last week. i don't think he's going to agree with you. with the august 2nd deadline weeks away, congressional leaders are heading back to the white house again. how many meetings has it been? it's their fourth meeting in a week to reach a deal on the debt ceiling. with talks in limbo, president obama discussed the consequences of default with cbs news. >> can you tell the folks at home, no matter what happens the social security checks are going out august 3rd. there are $20 billion worth of social security checks that have fo go out the day after the government is going to go into default. >> these are veteran's checks, folks on disability and their checks. there are 70 million checks that go out. >> can you guarantee us checks will go out august 3rd?
"morning joe" economic analyst steve rattner and in washington, pat buchanan. that's perfect for the story we have. >> a lot going on right now. friday, saturday, there was talk of the grand bargain, $4 trillion. boehner backed off, said it's going to look like $2 trillion. let's go around the table. what happened steve rattner? >> boehner couldn't sell tax cuts to his caucus. i must say -- i'm sorry tax increases, thank you. it's still early. a year ago i'm not sure i would have thought of boehner as a constructive force. i think he's trying to bring the group together. pawlenty and michele bachmann, you have people so dug in, they are not going anywhere. >> they have signed pledges. >> excuse me? >> they have signed pledges, they are not going to raise taxes, put them to normal numbers, they are not doing it. >> boehner backed off a $4 trillion goal. "the washington post" is supporting his number two. they will not go along with it. where do we stand this morning on a budget deal that's got to get done? >> i think we are in good shape, comparatively. boehner stepped away from the tax bec
beach's favorite, pat buchanan. and also msnbc political analyst and jersey professor at nyu, harold ford jr., progressive correspondent for the national journal, major garrett. and former communications director for george w. bush. >> oh, nicole. >> she's got a new novel out. it's called "joe". >> it's not called joe. >> her novel 18 acres now out in paperback, but there is more to come on that. >> a lot more to come. and we're talking, of course, today, we're talking a lot about the debt deal, two weeks away right now from the debt deal being done. mike barnicle, a lot of pointing fingers, a lot of yelling and back and forth. is this still going to get done? >> you know, joe, we talk endlessly about what they call the debt limit. i want to talk about the patience limit. that's the patience of the american public that's run out long ago on the people in washington who can't figure out you've got to get something done, get it done. >> it's unbelievable. and pat buchanan, there's a growing center. and i'm telling you, washington, d.c. is creating a growing center. i wrote an op-ed in
. has the big deal turned into a big fizzle, pat buchanan? >> it has not, john. did it for awhile but now it is back, and we're talking about something close to adds 4 trillion deal. the president is deep in negotiations with boehner and cantor, and here are the terms. you raise the debt ceiling, at the same time there are 3 trillion in cuts, and they deal with social security and medicare. there is no revenue enhancement. however, you get together some kind of commission which what it does, john, it drops tax rates in return for giving away these deductions, exemptions, allowances, breaks, which in effect is pure reaganism. there's one problem with that. there's a penalty if nothing is done by the end of 2012 the old reagan tax rates for the wealthy go back into effect. john, there's possibly a big deal for this reason. there is weeping and gnashing of teeth in the democratic caucus, in the senate, and in the house over what obama is dealing with boehner. >> boehner's got his problems, too. >> well, boehner -- i think cantor is in on this deal, it appears. of course, this is as o
with mike barnicle in boston. joining us here at the table, pat buchanan, jonathan capehart and ed rendell back at the table. nice to see you. visiting professor at nyu, gerald ford jr. we are going to go into the 2012 race coming up. who is the most likely alternative to mitt romney and who has the best chance to beat president obama. a look at the war in afghanistan. now the longest war. how do we get out? does obama's policy differ from president bush's and what is the effect for generations to come? joe and mika and willie join in the conversation later this hour. we begin with the debt crisis. they are trying to make a deal on the deficit. houses of congress are rolling out separate compromises to safe off a default. harry reid is meeting with mitch mcconnell to craft a solution to appeal to both parties. according to reports, this would do the following. it would allow the debt ceiling to be raised three times for a total of $2.5 trillion. in exchange, some $1.5 trillion in spending cuts would be enacted. the plan would be established to identify new deficit cuts. proposal, already,
about that. join meg is pat buchanan and bill press. pat, look at this, you defended the yacht makers the other day on the show. how do you run a party like this where you say we're for the big fat cat executives. that's the winning strategy? >> the winning strategy in this whole debt ceiling battle. the president can land el the republicans. you're in the pocket of the rich and wall street and all the rest of it. what will in july is this -- the republican nets house will say, we need a debt ceiling. that's responsible. we need to raise it. they will raise that, they will tape of to it all of the biden cuts from the senate. that have been agreed to. you're not going to have a single tax increase in there. they are going to send it over to the united states senate. and barack obama is going to sign it. what we saw yesterday on barack obama's part, all that frustration, you know, malia and sasha, they don't do all-nighters, the rest of it, that suggests to me that barack obama knows he is over a barrel right now. >> i don't see that at all. look, if what you say is true, pat, it is an
is pat buchanan and bill press from the bill press show on sirius radio. good evening gentlemen. >> yes, sir, hi, reverend. >> i woke up this morning and heart the voice of pat buchanan in my ear screaming on the station about how all of this was theatrics. mr. buchanan -- >> right. >> -- can't you at least concede that it looks as though the tea party is running the republican party? that mr. boehner probably said, yes mr. president, let me try to reach up to higher ground and talk a big bargain and then he started getting beat up by his caucus who are really afraid that the tea party people and he had to turn around and do 180-degree turn. >> i don't know exactly what john boehner did. >> this is a big deal but let me tell you why the republicans are behaving as they did. in 2010, they went to the american people and said we made mistakes in the last decade. if you elect us we will try to cut spending and we will not raise taxes. we swear to you by will not raise taxes. and now, here we are, six months later and everybody's demanding that they break their word and get together and giv
in chief of "the daily beast," tina brown. and in washington, nbc political analyst pat buchanan. let's start there. i must say grading both of these gentlemen, both of these leaders on performance, i would have given them an a. i thought both of them had compelling messages. i agreed with one more than the other. >> which one? >> i better not say, actually. but why did they do that last night? >> i think actually it should be jarring to the markets because no new ground was -- there were two political speeches. what was the purpose of it other than making all of america that was watching it just a little more nervous? >> it's a very good question. clearly boehner is responding to the president of the united states, frankly. and i thought boehner but very much above his game and the president is eloquent and it's better to have a superior podium. but why did the president do it? it was utterly unrealistic what he was saying. he's talking about, you know, the corporate jets and the taxes on the billionaires and all this. that is yesterday. there aren't going to be any tax increases. ha
. >> peter fann is the democratic strategic and pat buchanan is a former communications director for ronald reagan. they're my boys. it's been a while. you're all gal vanting about during the summer. here we go, pat. you heard the president ask that, why would boehner walk away from a deal worth more than $3 trillion? >> well, as boehner said and the republicans said and the the president said, the republicans were agreeing to $800 billion in revenues, and they believe what happened is the president on thursday night met with the democrats who went bananas over the cuts he was making, the added cuts in social spending, medicare, medicaid. the president moved the goalpost. but that's not the fundamental point. the point is we're at deadlock gridlock, and we can't get a big deal in ten days. i think what ought to happen is what is going to happen and we will find this out by next weekend is that the republicans in the house have to pass a temporary debt ceiling of, say, six months and put on it the easy cuts from the biden deal where everybody agreed. put those on it, pass those on to the sen
of pennsylvania, msnbc political analyst pat buchanan. and bill press. congressman, let me start with you. what's your call on this? this is an extraordinary evening. >> it is and i think that you saw the president in a very effective way lay out what i had put on the table. so we know, we don't have to guess about it any more. we know exactly what was on the table in terms of spending cuts and revenue raising. and it seems obvious that speaker notwithstanding his best efforts, can't convince house republicans that for the sake of saving the country in our economy, this is the greatest nation in the world, the wealthiest station in the world, the notion that we are the world's dead beats should be beyond any of us. >> he actually quoted ronald reagan saying that a default would be below the dignity of the country. pat buchanan, you heard the president. it was an extraordinary statement. but he also laid out specifics of what was on the table. he said that the offer had been 1.2 trillion and discretionary funds, 650 billion. in entitlements. and they were working it in a way he felt was more tha
to do what is right by the country. >> joining me now, are two msnbc political analysts, pat buchanan and richard wolfe. pat, let me start with you. >> all right. >> is your party playing games? >> our party's involved in these negotiations, al. and there's no doubt i think the president has been winning it politically on the national level. but i do think that the republican position, if cantor's position is this, we can't -- we're not going to give you any tax increases. we are going to give you an increase in the debt ceiling and we are going to put cuts on there, say a trillion dollars, and we are going to send it over for nine months. i think that can be a winning hand for the republicans. so let's say it is -- >> the republicans here, you say the republican hand like it is one hand. you have the boehner hand. you have the cantor hand. you have the tea party freshmen. you are acting like it is a united party. whether you have been watching or not be you have at least three hands you are playing at the same time. which hand are you referring to? >> well, on the one hand, everybody
msnbc political analyst pat buchanan. good evening, gentlemen. >> good evening, reverend. >> let me start with you mr. buchanan, how do you feel that the president started today, said today, in his twitter town hall meeting that republicans should not but a gun to the head of the american people. >> i think it is the president of the united states who is engaged in an act of ex trorgs. what he is doing reveren is this. he is telling the republicans in the house, look, you can go ahead and pass the increase in the debt ceiling that we want and you can pass the budget spending cuts that senate democrats, republicans agree upon. but if you don't give me new taxes, i will veto it and put this country into default. that is an act extortion. >> what new tax mr. buchanan? >> what new tax, pat? >> are you going to let me respond or what? >> yeah, if you're going to respond. >> i'm going to respond. republicans believe in their heart and they have made a pledge and they don't know of economic philosophy where you raise taxes when the economy is flat on its back, al. >> how are you raising ta
that occurred with pat buchanan at the university of western michigan. it wasn't pie to be fair, it was salad dressing. but you get the idea here. last night by the way on "the daily show," jon stewart giving us his own take. take a look. >> the whole day of testimony was amazing. but perhaps no moment more remarkable than murdoch interrupting his son's opening statement. >> of the newspaper -- >> before you get to that, i'd just like to say one sentence. this is the most humble day of my life. >> not so humble you couldn't wait for your turn to talk. by the way, that was before some idiot tried to pie murdoch. the young woman in pink whose lightning reflex and devastating chuck norrisesque hand speed subdues him. that woman is rupert murdoch's wife, wendy. now, i'm not a big proponent of the four decade marriage age gap. but if ever there was a situation where it would pay dividends, it would be an ambush like that. of course the attack occurred after a period of the testimony where murdoch may have appeared somewhat vulnerable. asleep. what? what happened? >>> still ahead, why are you awake
eastwood should speak up for nixon. we hear nixon himself select pat buchanan, among others, for a special group with a special task. >> for the purpose not of cheering but solely of attacking and defending is of the highest priority. >> later in another memo david gergen sends along three possible short options for nixon's resignation letter. in another gergen says the president should say he's leaving with a heavy heart but without bitterness and ask the public to rally behind gerald ford, which he did. speaking of ford, there's a snarky letter from him complaining of being blacklisted by nixon who brought him on as vice president just over a week later. no hard feelings apparently. the memo showed diane sawyer, then a 25-year-old nixon white house aide, got in trouble for telling a family friend he was being nominated as a federal judge. problem is a u.s. senator was supposed to tell him first. sawyer apologized profusely. in 1969 george h.w. bush, then 45 years old, writes to a white house aide. when i grow up, i want to be president, i think. and then you can even see the end coming f
, why has the debt ceiling caused a political impasse? pat buchanan. >> the democrats don't want to give up on their entitlement program and takes cuts and things like medicare. secondly and more important, republicans aren't going to give them a dime in tax hikes, john. but i'll tell how will win this. boehner has nor confidence, you see the president talk income panic. what the republicans will do is wait until about july 20th, and then take the biden cuts, all the biden cuts in social programs, tie them to the debt ceiling, and pass them in the house and send them to the senate, so you've got your debt ceiling raised for one year, with the biden cuts. i think the democrats, the president of the united states, will have to sign that. the republicans have an enormous weapon here and they've got the whip hand by just sending over these debt ceiling increases with cuts on them, again and again and again. that's how it will play out. >> are you saying the senate will be become part of the annual budget? >> i think the debt ceiling battle could -- that cook a six- month thing or one year th
, are these statistics a bigger worry than the debt ceiling prevailing argument? pat buchanan? >> they're equally big worries, john. despite the fact the president had an $800 billion stimulus fed is triple the money supply, three deficits of almost $5 trillion, the economy is dead in the water this. that argues for a stimulus of a reaganite stimulus or obama stimulus, but there's who more tools in the toolbox here. on the other side you have the debt deficit problem, which $10 trillion in deficits, which argues for austerity. spending cuts, taxations, so you've got two in total conflict. the president inherited aaron economy, john, that i think the only way this thing will go forward is through the old stagflation of the post-nixon era. >> eleanor? >> they've got to raise the debt ceiling even if it takes the president invoking the 14th amendment of the constitution and doing it under his own authority. they've got to do that because the consequences of that, the numbers you just put up on the screen, would look rosie compared to what the economy would look like if we defaults. we take the world's g
.v.d.'s of the reverend jeremiah wright's sermons. here's pat buchanan talking about the impact. >> obama has one problem. he's got one foot in radicalism, the folks in west virginia, they knew one thing about barack obama, jeremiah wright was his pastor and he lost 20 points. >> any right-wing opponent of barack obama could play that as a news program. >> and it's going on the web as well, youtube. you may have it played 200 times on television. it's being played a million times on youtube and the internet. people are going to it partly out of entertainment. partly to reinforce their own political views. but it's become sort of news. chris: especially when you have news networks who have points of view. they can say, it's just news, let's look at it again. >> and they're never put in context. it goes up on youtube, nobody says what the context was, and it goes viral. so there's never a frame around it saying, this is how this happened. this is the background in which it happened, this is background of the record. all of that is out. >> look at what barack obama did with reverend wright. you can't wait f
with political fire. msnbc analyst pat buchanan joins us now. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> the evidence we're hearing point to an increasingly contentious relationship between speaker boehner and his number two eric cantor. aren't they supposed to be working alongside each other, and if not, which one do you believe is in charge of these negotiations? >> i think speaker boehner was down at the white house, and i thinky entertained a temptation for the so-called big deal, martin, the $4 trillion deal and getting rid of certain exemptions, deductions, et cetera, but i think he came back to the house caucus and realized this represents an increase in taxes, an increase in revenue and that the republican caucus in all those 63 new moments who were voted, they have given their word to the american people we're not going to do this. we don't believe in that and it goes against our principles so i think he's back on the proper page. >> so pat, who is the president supposed to be negotiating with? is it speaker boehner and his proposed plan for 4 trillion in cuts, revenue raising and eric canto
up and go for it like george bush when he got bin laden. oh, that was obama. bill press, pat buchanan, thanks for your time. >>> mitt romney is talking vp picks. i'm sorry. did i miss the election? i didn't realize he had already won this thing. >>> plus,ç michele bachmann has big government spending so much she decided to get some of her own. wait until you hear this one. >>> and scott walker voter suppression agenda exposed. he is going to have to answer for some undercover video we found. stay with us. ugh, my feet are killin' me. well, we're here to get you custom orthotic inserts. dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic center recommends the custom-fit orthotic that's best for your tired feet. foot-care scientists are behind it. you'll get all-day relief. for your tired achy feet. for locations, see drscholls.com. thank you... >>> remember when mitch mcconnell said his number one role was it make president obama a one-time president? well, the plan it crush his economy is working. the downgrade threat is a very real and very scary threat. former government nor edwin dell is on that ne
. with us on set, we have msnbc political analyst pat buchanan. great to have you here in new york. >> hello. >> chairman of deutsche incorporated, donny deutsch, hello. all dressed up. >> back from the hamptons. >> i was there holding court. >> you were at nobu in the fourth of july. >> pat was there with a gaggle of -- i can't explain what was going on at that table. >> teenagers. >> they were of age. >> it's ridiculous what your life -- i really should blog about your life. middle aged man. >> my parents today celebrating 58th anniversary. >> that's nice. >> shout out to mom and dad. >> msnbc political analyst and visiting professor of nyu, herald ford. how were was your fourth? >> willie? where were you? >> new york city. >> with the black socks and sandals? >> exactly. >> i'm the legend here in the summer. no one is around. >> isn't it nice? >> you got to take care of my cats. >> you got the cats again, willie? >> is that still on, "cats." i don't think it's still on. >> so a lot is going on. thinking we're a little closer here. are we closer, pat, on the budget. is that your gut. >> ta
no new revenues. joining me now, pat buchanan, also joining us democratic strategist and cnbc contributor morris reid. gentlemen, good morning. >> looking at this plan, isn't it nearly everything republicans have wanted? and if so, why is it expected to be doa in the house? >> it hasn't come over back over to the house yet. the house passed a bill last night, which the senate killed. one of the problems with harry reid's deal is the same one the representative just mentioned who was on the show, mr. grimm of new york, and that is that harry reid's bill contains a lot of fraud. if we get $1 trillion in cuts by not having war in iraq and afghanistan beyond when we're not going to have war, you know, we're not going to attack pakistan, they can declare that as a saving too. but here's the problem, and the congressman stated it well. there are aspects of the two plans that are acceptable, and the president has vetoed those, and that is why mitch mcconnell is saying to harry reid, look, you're not going to impose your plan on a senate, 47 members who are republicans, we're going to have to dea
and pat buchanan, a political analyst as well for msnbc. i was watching you on "morning joe." working both ends ever the block. 12 hours after you began your day. never seen a republican democrat party, we have is a position, take it or leave it. we're not dealing at all with you. what do you think of the party platform now. >>> the republican party, the tea part platform in effect coming out of the house? >> i think the tea party has taken a p.r. beating you or others have described, chris. in public opinion as an intransigent group. the truth is they're going to win this battle. i'll tell you why. at the end of the day, we are going to get an increase in the debt ceiling. we are going to get budget cuts, maybe of $2 trillion, $1.5 trillion or $1 trillion. we're going to get no new revenue no new taxes nap is exactly the position of the republican party and the tea party movement. no new tax, let's cut the budget and have gotten it, quite frankly, chris, by digging their feet in, being tough, being -- resistant and standing by their principles. >> what day will this occur? if this deal's
own strange way, pat buchanan. >> america first. >> oftentimes it has been. >>> the most powerful man americans probably never heard of, grover norquist, with the anti-tax republicans are hog-tied supporting his position on the debt. let's talk to one of the most powerful men in america. when we come back. grover norquist, when we come back in a moment. you're watching "hardball" on msnbc. >> in a bit of you a surprise this there a fluly financial bureau. passing over elizabeth warren who was the driving force of course behind the bureau's creation and has supported passionate by many on the pro resive left. with warren's strong opposition and talk she could run for the senate -- heard it myself up in massachusetts -- against the new senator, scott brown. we'll be right back. [ dr. ling ] i need to get the results from the m.r.i. see if the blood work is ready. review ms. cooper's history. and i want to see katie before she goes home. [ male announcer ] with integrated healthcare solutions from dell, every patient file is where dr. ling needs it. now she can spend more time with patie
to speak with pat buchanan and morris reid about that. >>> a caribbean airlines plane with 140 people on board crashed earlier today in guyana. the crash occurred at the country's main airport just south of george town. it broke in two, but remarkably looking at these pictures, no one was killed. there are several injuries, though, it's not clear how many or how severe they are. the plane left new york and stopped in trinidad before attempting to land there in guyana. >>> authorities in northern new hampshire have knocked on 300 doors so far in the search for a missing 11-year-old girl. celina cass was last seen at her home monday night and a mamg ma search is underway. >> reporter: alex, investigators are back out and volunteers will soon be fanning out, searching once again for signs of celina cass. this investigation now leading into its sixth day since she disappeared, last seen monday night, according to her family, at the computer at their home nearby. investigators have had very few clues at that home to go on. and whatever clues they have developed, they're not speaking public
." anyway, we'll talk to willie in a minute. for now, let's talk to pat buchanan, sam stein and former chairman of the republican national committee, michael steele. things are moving so quickly here. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> we are on the hill all day yesterday. we talked to quite a few leaders on the hill and we are surprised at what we heard and how irrelevant the white house has become. the general feeling is among democrats the president is capitulated among republicans, he's afraid to step out. basically, the feeling on the hill is, sam stein, the president is going to sign whatever he gets. >> yeah. >> is that what you are hearing on the hill? >> the real question is whether he will follow through on the threats to not sign a short term plan. people find it hard pressed to think he would let the country default over that. there's a gamble that will be taken. >> the president doesn't gamble, though, does he? >> no. not a gambler. the thinking is that whatever the last bill is out there that hasn't been shot down is the one that gets signed into law. you can see it with what harry rei
have msnbc political analyst pat buchanan back with us on the set. we have stephen rattner with us. he's going to break down each deficit plan for us. >> it's coming. it's coming. >> veteran of the u.s. army, wes moore back with us this morning. hello, willie. we saw that. >> you know what's weird? >> what? >> barnacle is over there. >> just put him on at some point. it's so embarrassing. all right. well -- can we -- >> he is. he's sitting over there. >> we can put him on. that's a shame. >> it's sweet, though, isn't it? >> we'll bring him on in the next hour. make it look like he was supposed to be here. okay. we have a lot to talk about. big news over the budget and deficit reduction. president obama is rejecting calls for a short-term hike. he made a rare appearance in the press room. he's challenging them to seize the moment and cut a deal. >> i don't think the american people here sent us here to avoid tough problems. it's, in fact, what drives them nuts about washington. when both parties simply take the path of least resistance. i don't want to do that here. i believe right now,
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